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Why does my thigh hurt after meniscus surgery? My ...

why does my thigh hurt after meniscus surgery? My knee remains stiff and I can only walk about 10 minutes and it feels like a rubber band is around it.

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You could have a blood clot, or there could be bleeding from the surgery.  You can call your doctor for advice on whether it is a clot, and whether it needs immediate attention or whether you should just take aspirin for a clot.  If it's bleeding from the surgery, don't take aspirin.

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